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State : Steiermark
District : Südoststeiermark (until 2015 Feldbach)
Incorporated into : 2015 Fehring

Wappen von Johnsdorf-Brunn/Arms (crest) of Johnsdorf-Brunn

Official blazon

In Blau pfahlweise ein goldener römischer Altar, beseitet von zwei goldenen Lilien mit Staubgefäßen.


The arms were granted on May 7, 1984.

To denote the long traditions of cultivating the lands around Johnsdorf, the arms contain two charges: The fleur-de-lis as used by the Pichl family, landowners, who changed their name to von Johnsdorf at about 1500. And a Roman altar, dedicated to the weathergod Jupiter Uxlimetanus, which was found during excavations at a temple district at Königsberg bei Brunn.

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Literature : Image provided by Karl Palfrader (, MStLA 36 (1986), p. 47